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Checklist S22461307

 
Location
Douglas Farm Rd, Kurrajong Hills, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, AU ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Sat Mar 21, 2015 4:45 PM
Protocol:
Traveling
Party Size:
1
Duration:
1 hour(s), 10 minute(s)
Distance:
1.0 kilometer(s)
Observers:
Eric Finley
Species
52 species total
X
Australian Wood Duck
1
Australasian Grebe
1
White-necked Heron

in grassland on hill immediately above junction of DF and Hermitage Roads. First DF Rd record though has been around the area a while.

1
Grey Goshawk
X
Dusky Moorhen
2
Brown Cuckoo-Dove (Australian)
X
Common Bronzewing
X
Crested Pigeon
1
Wonga Pigeon
X
Peaceful Dove
X
Bar-shouldered Dove

heard only

X
Laughing Kookaburra
1
Australian Hobby

single bird hawking over the valley. must be 3rd or 4th local record

X
Galah
X
Little Corella
X
Australian King-Parrot

several family groups

X
Eastern Rosella
X
Rainbow Lorikeet
X
Satin Bowerbird
X
Superb Fairywren
X
Eastern Spinebill

several juveniles in mistletoe on Hermitage Rd

X
Lewin's Honeyeater
2
Yellow-faced Honeyeater

mistletoe as above

X
Bell Miner
X
Noisy Miner
X
Little Wattlebird
1
New Holland Honeyeater

first DF Road area bird, perched and feeding on mistletoe just along Hermitage Rd from the DF Rd junction. New for local list

2
Yellow-throated Scrubwren
X
White-browed Scrubwren
X
Yellow Thornbill
1
White-throated Gerygone

heard, late singer

X
Brown Gerygone
2
Eastern Whipbird
X
Grey Butcherbird
X
Australian Magpie
X
Black-faced Cuckooshrike
1
White-bellied Cuckooshrike

Distinctive buzzy call was heard right above me on Hermitage Rd while watching honeyeaters in mistletoe. Was a perched dark phase bird, great views before it took off towards Kurrajong village. First local record

1
Rufous Whistler
2
Olive-backed Oriole
16
Australasian Figbird

16+ birds perched in dead eucalypt along creek towards end of DF Rd. All birds showing female/juv plumage except one partially coloured male. Some birds dropping down to feed in vines and tree crowns, couldnt see what was fruiting. Associating with about 5 Satin Bowerbirds and at least 2 Olive-backed Orioles picked by pale eyebrow and different beak. Not seen west of Windsor previously, new locally

X
Willie Wagtail
1
Rufous Fantail

1 poss 2 birds, probably on passage, same location as figbirds but in undergrowth

X
Grey Fantail
X
Magpie-lark
1
Satin Flycatcher

One female type bird in acacias adjacent to mistletoe along Hermitage Rd close to DF Rd. Deeply coloured breast and blue-gray sheen to crown to id from Leaden - looks like only 2nd trait may be reliable. First local record

2
Restless Flycatcher
X
Australian Raven
X
Welcome Swallow
X
Silvereye
X
Common Starling
X
Common Myna
X
Red-browed Finch
 

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